Welcome to Cambra Sands with our seven luxury oceanfront cottages overlooking Malagash’s sandy beaches and warm waters of the Northumberland Strait. Our premier oceanfront vacation cottages are the perfect setting for those who want to explore the many attractions of Nova Scotia’s north shore, or relax and stroll our private sandy beach and swim in the warm ocean waters. Visit the surrounding towns of Pugwash, Tatamagouche, and Wentworth during your vacation in Malagash at the Cottages at Cambra Sands - you’ll be glad you did!
Read the reviews at Trip Advisor to see how previous guests have enjoyed their stay at the Cottages at Cambra Sands. From our private warm water beach to our luxurious oceanfront accommodation, our vacation renters have time and time again given great reviews for the Cottages at Cambra Sands. Visitors from Halifax, Fredericton, elsewhere in the Atlantic Provinces, Canada and abroad, all sing praises of the cottages which are their home away from home during theire stay in Malagash - Cambra Sands.
Our year round cottages are perfect for a family beach vacation or a winter ski vacation with Ski Wentworth only a 20 minute drive away. Our romance packages are popular all year round and perfect for honeymoons or couples that just want to get away and relax in our oceanfront cottages. There are many sites to explore on Nova Scotia’s north shore including Jost vineyards in Malagash, but the best way to end the day may be to watch the sun set over the Wallace Harbour from your cottage or a soak in the beachside hot tub.
Enjoy the warmest waters north of the Carolinas in Malagash, Nova Scotia. Our oceanfront cottages are perfectly situated to enjoy the warm waters and sandy beaches of the Northumberland Strait. Walk the 10 acre peninsula with 2 miles of sandy beach, or explore the ocean floor at low tide and discover the oceans treasures. For those who want to travel further than the beach, there are the communities of Pugwash, Wentworth, Tatamagouche and Wallace nearby, all along the North Shore and Northumberland Strait.
Just one word ‘the hammer’ (Swiss German for brilliant, perfect, wonderful, unbeatable….)